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with the a.a.a. team. o's hitters will face twins lefty. the birds lost six of the last seven games. among the weaknesses exposed, young pitching chris tillman with a bad game. he watched with a disappointing season debut in minnesota last night. knocked out of the game after four innings, he was charged with giving up four runs and the relievers couldn't hold the twins down either. two runs score on the consecutive hits in the inning. a difference with a 6-4 orioles defeat, but it goes back to britain. an outing that didn't last long enough to help the team. >> four innings and 100 pitches. better and it wasn't there tonight. >> it's just disappointing. you can't do that. this is a game you've got to win. every time they give you four rounds, there are four innings and it's inacceptable. >> they have the most errors in the majors. o's and twins tonight on masn2. it's on cleveland. it will be masn on wjz right here. first at 7:00 p.m. on saturday. the o's have fallen. two run home run in the inning to share the 19th homer this season. the game was called due to rain in the seventh inning.
the twins. adam jones hit a two run homerun. after that the twins couldn't catch up thanks to the pitching efforts of tommy hunter. he helped the oriels end their losing streak. the o's win 2-1. their road trip continues this weekend in clooe -- cleveland. saturday it's on wjz at 7:00. >> all right. >>> i was just looking at an interesting sky picture. we have over cast conditions, starting to get breken over cast. let's -- to get broke n over cast. there's a lite shower approaching -- light shower approaching western howard county. our watch warning and advise vi d ri -- advisory graphic is clear this morning. today, tonight and maybe a little bit of tomorrow, mostly cloudy, about a 70/30 mix of clouds and sun and a chance of a passing thunderstorm. nothing severe expected. if we can get a couple of showers and thunderstorms it wouldn't be a bad thing given how bone dry the region is. you have a chance today and tonight, tomorrow a less of a chance, saturday a pretty good chance. i'll show you why in our first warning weather segment. >>> have you ever -- been over there to rub johnny's f
married her childhood friend on december 12. they are the parents of fredrick and twins robert and john. her education continued with a master's degree in early childhood literature, and programming in 1975 from webster university. patricia has a successful career as a teacher and children's book editor. she changed careers to become a full time writer of children and young adult books. her goal is to create books for and about african-americans. i write because there is a need to have books for, by and about the african-american experience and how we helped to develop this country. i present to you patricia makinsik heart of literacy. >> i am from st. louis, missouri. a lot of you think i have said it in correctly when i said missouri. you think i got it slid into my southern dialect, right? no. i was not born in st. louis. i was born in nashville, tennessee, a little town side of nashville. that is where i grew up, went to high school, met and married my husband. moved back to st. louis where i lived part of my life. i heard people saying missouri and missouri. what is the correct pr
are dying. >> this is going to be at least a 50% loss, maybe more. >> reporter: his twin sons are facing the same losses -- a family suffering through a drought that's deepening. in the last week, the regions of the country in extreme to exceptional drought conditions has jumped from just 13.5% to more than 20%, an area slightly larger than california and new york combined. >> in the next ten days if we don't get major rain here they're bordering on disaster, complete disaster. >> reporter: but the drought's impact goes beyond the field. lisa mcdaniels worries about the mounting stress on her husband and sons. >> i know what david and i have been through but i just don't want that on them at all. >> reporter: there's also worry in town at the chevy dealership. >> truck sales are about 50% of our business and i would say right now the way things are going we're probably looking at a 20% decrease in sales. >> reporter: at a local farm supply tractor sales are anticipated to drop 30% to 40%. just ten miles up the road from here at the old town hall gift shop they're taking a hit as well. ch
neither. they're not sure if they're dealing with one cat or twins. double fun. >>> and now for a look at your national and regional weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather channel forecast. good morning to you, bill. >> good morning, lynn. >> it's freakish but it's cute. >> cute? double-faced isn't cute? >>> good morning. warm conditions to deal with. thankfully in areas of kentucky we're getting some rain and also into west virginia. they've also been very dry. even our friends out there in areas of utah and also nevada getting some welcomed rainfall. haven't had much out there either. we're dry this morning thankfully around houston. we've had enough the last two mornings. we will see more scattered showers and storms later today. >>> as far as the forecast goes, areas of the east coast are looking very warm today. areas like boston are going to be aushlgd 89 degrees. detroit and chicago right around 88 to 91. so there is a lot of warm air out there. that's not going to be an issue whatsoever. as far as forecast goes, as far as dallas and minneapolis, they'll
. these are so new they are pink. a pair of pandas, twins born early wednesday in china. mom is taking care of the first cub and researchers took the second to give it a check up. female cubs tip the scalessa the at just over five ounces, that's about the weight of a deck of cards. both of them are doing well tonight. >>> check this out. was it love at first site? this unlikely couple. a dolphin swims up to investigate. the kids from the dog. video -- posted on youtube. it has about 14 5,000 5,000 hit this is week movement if you are going to swim in illinois in the lake you can run into this. a fisherman caught the fish and thought it was a piranha. it's a fish that from the amazon. >>> great britain a report that two fisherman bled to death after this fish bit off their testicles. you all right? >> you know good news is they said that -- this fish won't live in the winter. he they will be gone president that's the good news. >>> the weather and the humidity, you don't like the humidity, well you aren't going to like this forecast. humid. we turn the temperature down. 88 degrees. chance
diagnosis brought long-lost sisters back together. >> reporter: they say twins have a special bond. >> i move here, she moves here. it just -- it's weird. >> reporter: washington state sisters stephanie and kim shared everything, including cancer. >> everything steph gets i get. >> reporter: stephanie was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005. kim a year later. both got double mastectomies, preventive hysterectomies and similar tattoos to cover their scars. but it turned out they also shared something else, the breast cancer gene mutation brca1. >> that explains why i got family. >> reporter: the twins wanted to warn other family members to get tested. but there was a catch. >> we were adopted in ft. lauderdale, florida. >> reporter: they had no idea who their biological mother was and the record across the country in florida were sealed until a genetic counselor from seattle swedish medical center stepped in. >> i said to the judge that this information is critical for the medical care of her biological family. >> reporter: the records were unsealed. while the twins learned their m
it and was determined to prove himself, for years playing for the rangers t brewers, the twins, back to the minors in between. his time now with the mets and perfection of the knuckle ball, now has him the most talked about pitcher in the majors. >> now the fans know your life story. >> as i'm walking off between innings, there's a section right there, the family section. >> sitting in those seats, his wife and four children. do they know the secret? >> not giving away the secret. >> no, i can't. not until i retire. >> show me your knuckle ball? >> you know, that's a great question. it's one that i'm constantly searching for. >> you've talked about the vertical shoe box. do you picture that when you're pitching? >> yeah, i do. >> he pictures a vertical shoe box over the catcher's head, at least part of the secret. >> i'll dig my fingernails right behind the horseshoe, trying to stabilize the baseball with my thumb. >> unlike any other pitch, knuckle balls hardly spin. they rote rotate up to 1.5 times, slow moving, barely spinning and unpredictable in that box. >> i just release the ball at the opp
the list. one of the miller twins has a hearing problem. but she got a lyric in her life and everything changed. which one? you'll never know because the lyric is in her ear. 100% invisible. you can't see it, and it's the only device that works round the clock with zero daily hassle. no batteries to change. no taking off and putting on everyday. sound good? call 1-800-511-5080 now. this is the lyric. it's teeny. lyric fits comfortably at the sweet spot right next to your ear drum to minimize background noise and deliver truly natural sound quality. in fact. 95% of users prefer lyric sound quality to their old hearing aid. now the miller twin with lyric can hear and do most everything her sister does 24/7. an invisible hearing aid is wonderful. finding one with zero daily hassle - too good to pass up. call 1-800-511-5080 right now and ask about your risk free 30 day trial. get a lyric in your life. >>> in just a matter of moments mississippi's only abortion clinic will learn its fate as a new law is threatening to shut is down. the law requires abortion doctors to be board certified with
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. >> upper 90s in dallas, kansas city and colorado springs. 80s from the twin cities to new york. 106 in phoenix. 78 in seattle. my son heard the thunder. he's like, mommy, fireworks. >> that's what it sounded like. >> not really. it did. it was loud. >>> let the good times roll on this next one. mark your calendars because there's only 199 days until my saints play in the super bowl, and better yet in the superdome in the city of new orleans. >> it won't happen. >> it will happen. redemption will be ours. >> that is called wishful thinking. >> please, please. >> and they are already getting ready with some serious road improvements on the french quarter's main streets. can i have my highlighter back? >> no. >> the contractor is promising to have the entire $11 million face-lift done by december. >> now if the saints can somehow avoid another loss in the divisional playoffs, the 49ers last year, dreams would really be coming true. new orleans is pumped to host that super bowl. we had a tough off-season, but we're coming back. who dat nation is about to rise again. >> need to find some
willingham, the runner at first dropped to his knees, twins center fielder said that's the loudest noise i've ever heard. i thought jesus was coming. >>> during the 46 minute delay that followed, everybody is okay. >> baseball is a religious experience so -- >> it was one last night. >> especially in texas. back it our top story, president obama changing the subject of the campaign this morning to taxes. in just a few hours, he'll hold an event to announce to extend the bush era tax cuts for one year for people earning less than $250,000 a year. robert gibbs says this is a priority for the president. >> so the president is totally committed to getting rid of the tax cut for those making $250,000 or above? >> let's make progress on our spending by doing away with tax cuts for people that quite frankly don't need them. tax cuts that haven't worked and have them pay their fair share. >> that a yes or no? the president is completely committed to this, won't allow it to happen. >> 100% committed to it. >> the president's move will set up a new fight with republicans. they have a vote planned to
on commercial airline flight with actually twin brothers. one bringing the other one home that was killed in iraq and he had a 4-year-old son and there's a term i use in life. synchronici synchronicity, chance with a purpose. i don't believe in chance. god called me on a mission in my life, to help one child and we'll be near 4,000 recipients in the next couple of weeks, and unfortunately, there's almost a million dependents that fall in that category of having someone killed or disabled. so the gap is huge. and -- >> you're serving to fill part of that gap. now, people are wondering why do we have a clydesdale horse out here? >> that's right. >> what the heck is budweiser's relationship with you? >> well, i think first, you do not have to be in the military to be a patriot. and there are great ways to serve and we are really, we're free 99% of this country courtesy of the 1% that step up and put the uniform on. budweiser has stepped in in an amazing way. i got a great can here. stars and stripes can. >> look at the label on that. >> they're donating a nickel for every case of budweiser
testimonial at a hearing last year from stacy ritter, the twin daughters are both cancer survivors. they're 4 years old, they're twins. they're 4 years old, both were diagnosed with leukemia. hanna and madeline faced stem cell transplants, chemotherapy and total body eradiation. yet over time stacy said, we ended up bankrupt even with full insurance coverage. today hanna and madeline are happy, healthy 13-year-olds. and according to stacy, quote, my children now have protections from insurance discrimination based on their pre-existing cancer condition. they will never have to feel rescissions of their insurance policy if they get sick. they can look forward to lower health insurance cost and preventive care. we passed the affordable care act for people like stacy, hanna and madeline, we passed it for some of the people we heard from today at an earlier meeting and, madam speaker, i ask unanimous consent to submit their statements for the record. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. ms. pelosi: thank you. i urge my colleagues to think about them and to think about stacy and her childre
, congratulations, he is about to be the daddy of two twin boys. >> tell us what gave you the idea to do this? >> when we came to new york in 1985 from italy, i noticed how diverse this society is as opposed to the italian one. at the same time through the years, how much we do have in common. as we traveled and i married my wife, she is african-american, i got to experience first hand how much we do share as human beings and americans. >> how long did it take you to venture all across the country? >> eventually seven years, 16,000 miles by car. >> it wasn't the pictures you took, but the stories behind the pictures, right? >> yeah. >> tell us what happened in alaska. >> tell us about new york city. that's why hoda is here. >> wait. that doesn't look like new york city to me. >> looks like alaska to me. >> what i was saying is alaska. >> alaska was the most exciting trip because of this mail round, they call it. >> a little sea plane? >> you know. >> i read the book. >> this was taken from this mail plane that delivers mail to this island. >> takes off on the water and lands on the water? >>
be based strictly on objective economic contributions and guided by the twin mandates of full employment. the unintended consequences of this bill would be to open the federal reserve to political influence and that would have a negative impact on the fed's independence and its ability to produce sound economic policy. i urge a strong bipartisan no vote. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from california. mr. issa: it's now my honor to yield one minute to the gentleman from texas, mr. farenthold. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from texas is recognized for one minute. mr. farenthold: thank you, mr. chairman. you know, the constitution grants us the power to coin money and regulate the value thereof and we've delegated this to the fed. unfortunately we've ta tied our hands behind our back with respect to seeing what they're doing and it's our duty to conduct oversight. a moment ago mr. frank said the audit was just fist pounding and chest pounding. i disagree. it's the first step, it's us doing our homework to determine what needs to be done to reform the fed. cha
. and i am how much? i knew thep. >> steve: you come from a big family. >> my twin brother had the lap band procedure and down 60 pounds as well. this thing works. and i think the row in the morn you talked about it that is a big, big. step. and had the surge row in the morn home in thining and went to work full-time the next day. and i felt fine with it >> gretchin: will you be the same rex ryan that people have come to love or kind of go oopsie what will he say next. >> i want to be the one that wins. i did it for health reasons. i have been married 25 years and it was not like i am trying to slim down for other reasons. i do look better now. if you lose 100 pounds you look better. it was for health and low blood pressure and cholesteral and i am ready to attack the season. >> steve: i imagine you got high blood pressure when people say sanchez and tebow. officially markez will start. what point does he get the call from the coach. >> first two years we had more success on offense and we had blad smith who we lost to buffalo. and guy that invented the wild cat and brought the wild ca
of the twin cities of minneapolis and st. paul, where the founding members of the green party of the united states first came together to draft our canned key vaes. the state of minnesota has seven delegates. we cast four of votes for dr. jill stein and three for roseanne barr. [applause] >> >>, mississippi. -- next, mississippi. >> we are from the great state of mississippi. [applause] fenty. -- thank you.. the magnolia state, home of many civil-rights luminarias. it still bears the strange fruit in any form of six executions and limits on the right to vote, but fortunately rejected the personhood amendment. we are also the home of the authors of the -- we have two delegates and two proxies'. we cast of four votes for jill stein. [applause] >> thank you. next is new jersey. the national women's caucus. [applause] >> the national women's caucus is proud that our race for the nomination gave us strong green women. [applause] they demonstrated the spirit of cooperative competition. that is why green party politics are better than business as usual. slash and burn up winner-take- all contest.
has no control over her twins. they're running amok on her tour. >> i know many children like that. >> stephanie: thank god the children that hal and john have spawned are too young to wreak havoc in places like the pantages. max and emmy have been running amok while j. lo rehearses wrecking equipment and providing a nuisance to stagehands. they've been breaking expensive equipment and making life difficult. it is miracle they haven't been electrocuted. by the way union electricians, they love it when you touch their stuff. >> what does this thing do over here? >> what are you doing fooling around with wires backstage? >> stephanie: i'm not. >> what's this do? >> that's dangerous for you to program with wires anywhere. >> stephanie: i need to get a writer. i don't ask for anything. sexy liberal, what do i get? nothing. mariah carey -- >> you get nothing. you lose good day sir. >> stephanie: in the past, her demands have included 20 white kittens, baskets of puppies tea service for eight. >> isn't that
, when many women were swept up in the twin epidemics of hiv and crack. >> crack cocaine came along. of course, one of the first communities we saw all the devastation in was the african american communities. there was just a huge supply of the drug and just the mere addictive nature of the drug, a lot of people latched on very, very quickly. >> the most important thing about the crack cocaine epidemic was the degree to which it was marketed in black and in some latin communities as an aphrodisiac. this is a drug that will enhance sexual pleasure, this is a drug that will make you forget all the cares and woes of everyday life. and it will help you forget because the nature of the sexual experience you'll have will be just mind-blowing. >> narrator: a crack habit took everything. you'd sell whatever you had for the next hit. >> when there was nothing left, women were told, "well, baby, if you ain't got no money, you've always got you. and then there'd be a negotiation for a crack for sex exchange. in many instances, this kind of sexual bargaining, this kind of crack-related sex work
premature twins, they couldn't breast-feed, the hospital made me give them formula, i was upset about it. i wished that they could have breast-fed so you already feel guilty, you already feel you're not doing the right thing to make money have a stern talking to when they want it is possibly putting an undue burden on mothers. >> clayton: september 3rd this goes into effect in manhattan. let us know how you feel about it, friends@foxnews.com, and also ff weekend on twitter. i'm going to give you a stern talking to. >> alisyn: i can see that. while you were sleeping, police find a 12-year-old missing arkansas girl alive in tennessee along with a man suspected of abducting her. he's wanted in connection with the grisly murder of his parents. they were found dead in their little rock home just hours before he took off with his adopted sister. he's now in police custody. two u.s. climbers appeared to have plunged to their death off a mountain in peru. they fell nearly 1,000 feet off a ridge and their families called for the rescue team after not hearing from them since july 11th. investigators
, have a bed that doesn't have to be a regular old twin bed. i as a single person in my 20s could live in a space this big. your shoes won't fit into this. >> my wig won't fit into it. this is the size of like a hotel room. >> a small hotel room. >> a small hotel room. >> this would look a lot smaller. >> could i live like that, yeah, if i had to. i grew up in a housing project. >> what do you expect to pay for a spaces like this? they are projecting they will go for just under $2,000 a month. >> now that's despicable. >> i thought you were going to say $800 to $1,000. >> every young person would love to have an apartment like this. >> $1200. >> not for $2,000. >> this caught my eye. we talked about fees airlines charging for extra baggage, meals, leg room, changing a reservation. well, nobody is proposing this. but a survey was taken by airfare watchdog.com. they asked the question, would you pay an extra fee to get off the plane faster once you arrive after a trip at the terminal. would you guys pay that fee? >> i think it's a terrible idea. go back to class warfare. bow, you're sett
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